The second-ranked Michigan Wolverines visit Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Neb. on Saturday to take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers. The Wolverines (4-0) have cruised through the early part of an easy schedule, while the Cornhuskers (2-2) have won their past two games. Michigan has won three straight meetings with Nebraska, including a 34-3 home victory last November.
Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday. The latest Michigan vs. Nebraska odds list the Wolverines as 17.5-point favorites, and the over/under for total points scored is 39.5 (head to SportsLine's college football odds page for the latest odds on every game).
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The model knows the Wolverines defense has been shutting teams down. The unit is allowing just 5.8 points per game, and while that has come against struggling teams, Nebraska's offense is far from dangerous. The Cornhuskers are 103rd in the nation in scoring (21.8 per game), while the Wolverines offense averages 31.8. The hosts rank 123rd in the nation in passing, while Michigan ranks fifth defending it. The Wolverines also are allowing just 2.8 yards per carry (13th in FBS).
The model also has taken into account that the Huskers also play strong defense, yielding 18.5 points (28th in FBS) and 298 yards (18th) per game. The Huskers are especially good at defending the run, ranking second in the nation in allowing 46.3 yards per game on the ground. They are giving up just 4.2 yards per play (12th). Nebraska has scored 63 points over its past two games, scoring at least 28 in each. The Cornhuskers amassed 536 rushing yards in those two victories.
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